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Centrum Judaicum — это самая полная выставка еврейских художников, эмигрировавших в Берлин из стран бывшего Советского Союза.
Natan Sharansky, now a prominent figure in Israeli politics and human rights activism, first came to international attention as a brave and defiant refusenik.
Baroness Deech also voices concern over 'day trips to Auschwitz' during JW3 panel to mark the 81st anniversary of Kristallnacht.
Десятый день рождения дистанционная олимпиада «Эрудаика» встретила в Варшаве.
More than 400 Jewish teens from around the world gathered this past weekend for...
He spent nine years in Soviet prisons after attempting to flee for Israel.
The Jewish Agency Fund for Security Assistance sees a rise in requests for assistance from communities seeking protection from terror attacks from both the extreme right and Islamic groups.
It’s been 81 years since Kristallnacht (“The Night of Broken Glass”), when Nazis torched synagogues, vandalized thousands of Jewish homes, schools and businesses, and killed nearly 100 Jews on the night of Nov. 9-10, 1938...
“I was a teenager when I first found out I was Jewish,” said b’nai mitzvah participant Ilia Buzunov.
“The world must work together against this threat and this vicious attack against religious freedom, and in particular the religious freedom of the Jewish people.”
From Slavery to Freedom charts Mr Sharansky’s journey from Soviet prisoner to Israeli statesman and human rights figure.
The screening of ‘From Slavery to Freedom – the Refusenik Story’ was hosted in the centre of London ahead of its showing at the Jewish film festival in London.
Döpfner, the head of Germany's largest publishing house, has been hailed for his vocal opposition to antisemitism in Germany.
Фонд «Генезис» совместно с Еврейским агентством (Сохнут) проведут в Берлине с 8 по 10 ноября ежегодную конференцию проекта «Неватим».
The event took place once again and for the fifth time in Odessa, one of the most important cities of Jewish and Zionist movement's history.
“Best people of the world come to Odessa, share their experiences, educate our youth and pass on the centuries-old wisdom of the Jewish people.”
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